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John Austin tickles the ivories at this piano bar from Wednesday through Saturday, but the real attraction is the Carousel Bar & Lounge itself at Hotel Monteleone. It's a carousel and really does revolve - all the time. The music goes until late and the cocktails served are out of this world like the "Truffletini" which is a mix of Bailey's Irish Cream with liqueurs. The ambiance has a slight feel of a Moulin Rouge setting, with bold lighting and motifs.
Named one of the top 25 bars in the United States, French 75 is all about sophistication. Premium spirits and custom cocktails win the day here, a taste in refinement that fits in nicely in the French Quarter. The drink menu changes with the seasons, but the cocktail for which the bar is named, a combination of brandy and champagne, is always available. Beer and wine are also present, as well as cigars, so indulge in whatever you're partial to in a setting that is classically New Orleans.
Victory entices drinkers (and diners) with carefully crafted cocktails, a luxurious lounge atmosphere and savory small plates. The cocktail menu also offers a variety of classic New Orleans cocktails and Victory's original creations, like the Triple Bitter Manhattan, Beetin the Lime and Port Wine Cobbler. Moreover, small plate options accompanying flavorful appetizers include stuffed mushrooms, bacon wrapped scallops and a Korean BBQ Lettuce Wrap Platter.
Tropical Isle is the home of the world famous Hand Grenade. The neon green specialty drink is considered the strongest beverage in New Orleans, and it tastes like it. The bar itself is nothing more than an homage to its drink. There are large stuffed Hand Grenades covering the walls and ceilings, glowing neon in the black-light. Although famous, Tropical Isle is representative of many of the “bars” you find on Bourbon Street—a place where you stop, grab a “Go-Cup” and keep walking.
Out of the way, on the Edge of the French Quarter, Bar Tonique serves up craft cocktails, rare liquors, fine wines by the glass, and beers from an eclectic selection. This bar's low profile, keeps the candle lit watering hole filled with known locals and well informed tourists with a taste for top of the line libations. The typical patron tends to appreciate the bar's homemade syrups, fresh juices and care that is used to create each drink along with the laid back atmosphere far from the typical bar on Bourbon Street.
Young at heart, warm and full of fun! These are terms that one uses to describe the owner of Mayfair Lounge, Miss Gertie. And her evergreen undying spirit keeps the place brimming with positive energy. One place where a newcomer never feels like one. Colorful lights, happening crowd and very reasonably priced cocktails served with a delighted smile are just a few of the many reasons which will make you come back for more. So if you've had a harrowing time at the office or a very messy breakup, this is the place to rejuvenate your battered soul with some of the simple old world charm along with a young wild dose of fun!
Common cocktails and draft beer can’t be found behind the bar at Cure. Instead, Cure’s menu features carefully crafted cocktails made only from premium ingredients, as well as a selection of the best in bottled brews. This elegant bar, housed in a carefully restored fire station with towering ceilings and picturesque arches, features a cozy courtyard for mild evenings. Hungry patrons can satisfy their cravings with one of the small plate offerings. Cure is a smoke-free bar.